[circa 1770] Built by Elisha Gilbert, the flouring mill and small saw mill are among the oldest standing structures in New Lebanon. They were part of a small hamlet that included the Gilbert House, shown below, built by Elisha's son. Theodore Roosevelt was partial to the cornmeal produced at the mill, which was served in the Governor's mansion and the White House during his tenure. Private residence; no admittance.
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